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13 hours ago, liuzhou said:

Here is what passes for 'onion' in China. Known as 大葱 (dà cōng, literally 'big onion'), these are Allium fistulosum, which are often called Welsh onions in English, despite being nothing to do with Wales. What we call regular onions, the Chinese call 洋葱 (yáng cōng) , which literally means 'foreign onions'.

I just added some of those to my list as daepa 대파 to use in Korean recipes. 

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